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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

  • Wednesday, August 23, 2017 4:00 AM
    NEW MARKET – Southmont pulled off a long, hard-fought win against Sagamore Athletic Conference rival Western Boone with a team score of 3-2 Tuesday at home.
    Patrick Scheidler battled to a 3-set win at No. 1 singles. He cruised in the first set, 6-1 before dropping the second set, 6-4. The decider went to tiebreak and Scheidler came out with a 7-5 win. Will Glancy won a straight setter at No. 3 singles and the team of Jack Reimondo and Reese Long won at No. 1 doubles. 
    Southmont is now 3-0 on the season and will travel to South Vermillion Thursday.
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  • Wednesday, August 23, 2017 4:00 AM
    The Southmont Ladies golf team ran into some stiff competition as they placed 3rd in a three-way meet at West Chase golf course Tuesday.
    Brownsburg won the meet with a 158 while Lebanon was 2nd with a 175. The Mounties shot a respectable 206.
    Leading the Mounties was the trio of Lexi Rusk, Erin Williams and Bailey Thompson who all shot 50. Carson White rounded out the Mounties scoring with a 56.
    The Mounties are back in action tonight as they take on SAC teams WEBO and Frankfort at Cool Lake.
    Brownsburg 158, Lebanon 175, Southmont 206
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  • Wednesday, August 23, 2017 4:00 AM
    North Montgomery battled to a tough 5-set Sagamore Athletic Conference thriller Tuesday at Frankfort. Ultimately the Chargers fell, 25-17, 23-25, 12-25, 25-18, 15-6. 
    Mary Jackman and Megan Merica powered the offense with 13 and 12 kills, respectively. Kasey Krutzsch tossed up 26 assists and Merica added three aces. 
    Kaleigh Sharp was busy with 16 digs. Mary Jackman, Caroline Turner and Krutzsch had 14, 13 and 12 digs, respectively. 
    The Chargers are now 2-5 and fall to 0-1 in the conference. They’re back in action at home against Danville Thursday. 
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  • Wednesday, August 23, 2017 4:00 AM
    North Montgomery’s boys’ soccer team picked up its second win of the season Tuesday night at home. The Chargers triumphed 7-0 over North Putnam. 
    North dominated the first half to build a 6-0 lead before intermission. Corbin Osborne finished the night with four goals. Dawson Odle scored his first career goal and Kevin Ambriz rounded out the scoring. 
    “It was a good effort tonight,” Charger head coach Mike Margeson said. “I thought this was the most complete game we played so far this season. It’s a good thing to build off with conference starting Thursday.
    Ambriz, Osborn, Jesus Giron, Braden Smith, Chris Walden and Ethan Southwood tallied assists. 
    Monte Bushman registered his first shut out from net with three saves.
    North Montgomery outshot North Putnam 22-4. 
    North (2-2) is at Frankfort Thursday for Sagamore Athletic Conference action.
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  • Tigers tame Mounties
    Wednesday, August 23, 2017 4:00 AM
    NEW MARKET – Macy Zachary scored her seventh goal of the season, but it wasn’t enough, as Lebanon handed the Lady Mounties their first loss of the season in a 4-1 win on the new field turf at Southmont.
    “Give Lebanon credit, they’re a very strong passing team and very technical,” said Lady Mountie head coach Maddie Burton. “We had a chance to see what that looks like tonight.”
    That passing was on display as the Tigers opened the scoring just 90 seconds into the game on a goal by Kirstin Byrd to make it 1-0 Lebanon.
    However, Zachary scored the equalizer at the 12:34 mark of the first half on the assist from Avery Hess to tie the game at one at the half.
    Lebanon scored three goals in the second half, while limiting South to just two shots in goal in the last 40 minutes to escape New Market with the win.
    “This loss doesn’t hinder us from any goals,” said Burton. “We can still be at the top of the SAC, win county and sectional.”
    Chyanne Davis had 12 saves in goal, while Zachary had four shots on goal to lead South.
    “Chy did great in goal,” Burton said of the net minder. “We would’ve been lost without Liz Link on defense. She’s a very smart soccer player and huge asset on the back line.”
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  • Wednesday, August 23, 2017 4:00 AM
    The Crawfordsville volleyball team lost a tough 3-setter to Riverton Parke Tuesday at home. The Panthers took the sets 31-29, 25-22, 25-19. 
    Madison Wendelin had a nice night with 18 kills. Caroline Schueren offered up 19 assists to go with five kills and an ace. Isabel Viveros pitched in with nine assists. 
    Defensively Allyson Barton had 11 digs and Abby Bannon finished with eight. 
    Crawfordsville was 1-2 at the North Putnam invitation over the weekend. The Lady Athenians are 2-5 on the year and will travel to Williamsport Elementary School on Thursday to play Seeger.
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  • Mounties fall to Warriors
    Wednesday, August 23, 2017 4:00 AM
    NEW MARKET – Southmont has played all three of its boys soccer games on home turf this season. But Tuesday they got their first chance to play on the actual new field turf when they battled Sagamore Athletic Conference rival Danville Tuesday night. Cole Wemer scored the first Mountie goal on the new surface, but it was the Warriors who came away with the victory in a 4-1 win over the Mounties.
    “We were able to practice on it yesterday, but I think this surface will help us because of our speed,” said Mountie head coach Brandon Rash of the new artificial surface. “We weren’t used to it yet, but this will make us a better team.”
    Danville opened the scoring with two first half goals, the second that found the corner post and bounced in. They’d add two more in the second half before the Mounties struck.
    Off a corner kick freshman Beckett Jett found a streaking Cole Wemer who headed it past keeper, Logan Walliser, for South’s first goal on the turf.
    “We were pretty excited when they awarded us the corner kick,” Rash said. “We’ve been working on our set pieces pretty hard, so it was nice to see it work.”
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  • Tuesday, August 22, 2017 4:00 AM
    The North Montgomery girls soccer team hit the road for a Sagamore Athletic Conference matchup with Danville Monday night. The hosts defeated the Chargers 5-0, but there was more to the story than the final. 
    “We had a great effort tonight. The score does not indicate how well we played,” said Charger head coach Julie Hodges. “We had a few unlucky bounces, but for about 5 minutes out of the 80 minute game, they found a way to break through. Our defense played an amazing job against a very talented Danville team.”
    Regina Dodds made seven saves in net for North Montgomery. 
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  • Tuesday, August 22, 2017 4:00 AM
    The Lady Charger golf team was defeated by Harrison Monday at Coyote Crossing, 180-216. Megan Douglas was the top scoring Charger with a 44 and Chloe Maxwell broke 50 with a 49. Jaycee Walden fired a 57 and Abbie Horn rounded out the scoring with a 66. Kyla King was the alternate score with a 70. 
    The girls were defeated Saturday at the Western Boone Invitational. They finished 12th with a 431. 
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  • Tuesday, August 22, 2017 4:00 AM
    NEW MARKET - Southmont got another win on the tennis courts Monday with a 5-0 triumph over Fountain Central. Patrick Scheidler, Luke Cope and Will Glancy won for the Mounties at singles play. The teams of Jack Reimondo / Reese Long and Conner Stockwell / Jarrett Downey were victorious on the doubles side. 
    Southmont (2-0) will open Sagamore Athletic Conference play tonight when Western Boone visits New Market. The action starts at 4:30 p.m. 
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  • Monday, August 21, 2017 9:40 PM
    The senior golfers played again last Friday. The team of Vance Pyle, Ernie Hopkins, John Wagner, John Welliever, and Ed Roberts won a tiebreaker over Jim White, Bill Boone, Dave Stephens, Larry Foster, Larry Gray, and Jim Fagg. Both teams finished at -12. Taking third place was a team consisting of Bruce Dennison, Steve Priest, John Jackson, Russ Abbott, and Carl Goss. Larry Lynch won the proxy on hole number 2 and Jim White claimed it on hole 11. The long drive was won by Dick VanArsdel. 
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  • Monday, August 21, 2017 4:00 AM
    DOVER- Southmont’s volleyball team got another look at the Sagamore Athletic Conference last Thursday. They fell to Western Boone in three sets 25-19, 25-21, 25-8.
    South played a couple close sets, but weren’t quite able to keep up with Western Boone. Alexis Nelson and Lilly Ward led the team with five kills each and Emily Shultz had three. Sidney Veatch had eight assists and Macy Wells had seven. Kaley Remley had the most digs on the team with five while Bella McIntyre and Natalie Manion both had four.
    The Mounties fall to 0-3 for the season and 0-2 in the conference.
    They have a chance to improve their record tonight against North Putnam.
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  • Monday, August 21, 2017 4:00 AM
    DOVER- Southmont’s girls’ golf teams competed in the Western Boone Invitational on Saturday. This invite had some of the toughest opponents this team will face all season. South finished in the middle of the pack, placing tenth out of seventeen teams with a team score of 404. 
    This 18 hole score is a season best and also included a 195 on the front nine which was the first time this team has broken 200 on nine holes in their last two years. Lexi Rusk led the team with a 96 for the 18 holes. Erin Williams was the next lowest score on the team with a 100 and Bailey Thompson followed closely behind with a round of 103. Lilli Mussche finished off team scoring for the Mounties with a personal best round of 105.
    The team has three matches this week. The first will come on Tuesday at Brownsburg with Lebanon.
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  • Monday, August 21, 2017 4:00 AM
    LAFAYETTE- North Montgomery’s volleyball team competed in the Lafayette Jefferson Invitational over the weekend. They finished even at 2-2 with wins against Milan and Lafayette Jeff, but fell to Western and Logansport.
    The first game was against Western where North lost 2-0. Both sets could have gone either way, the first was lost 25-22 and the second 25-21. Mary Jackman performed well in these two sets finishing near the top of her team in kills with four and also ended the game with 11 digs. 
    The second game granted North their first win of the season. North defeated Milan in three sets. The first two were close with the Chargers taking the first one 29-27, but losing the second 25-21. After these two close sets, North came out and dominated the third 15-3. Kasey Krutzsch and Gracie Chapman were all about teamwork as they finished with 10 and 9 assists respectively. Jackman had eight kills in this game and Kaleigh Sharp finished with 11 digs. 
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  • Monday, August 21, 2017 4:00 AM
    INDIANAPOLIS- North Montgomery’s tennis team competed in the Lawrence Central Invitational over the weekend. The tournament was a round robin format. North defeated Decatur 3-2 in the second round, but fell to Lawrence Central 2-3 in the next round. Lawrence Central won the invite.
    Devan Plant was able to dominate his Decatur opponent as the number one singles from North in their first match. He won 6-0, 6-0. Both Charger doubles team won their matches to give North the 3-2 victory. Jaxon Plant and Matt Jackman, number one doubles, easily defeated their opponents 6-1, 6-0. Owen Gregg and Alec Asbury had a much closer matchup as the number two doubles team. They were, however, still able to win it 7-6 (7-4), 6-3.
    North fought strong against Lawrence Central in the next matchup, but weren’t able to take a third match. Jaxon Plant played in the number two singles spot this time and defeated his opponent 6-0, 6-1. Number two doubles team Hunter Donaldson and Owen Gregg were North’s other win against Lawrence. They went all the way to a third set, but came out on top 3-6, 6-4, 17-15.
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